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Stefan Johansen is poised to follow his compatriot Ronny Deila out the Celtic exit door this summer. (Daily Mail)external-link

James Forrest has joined Celtic team-mate Charlie Mulgrew on the transfer radar of West Brom. (Daily Record)external-link

Martyn Waghorn is confident Rangers can mount a credible bid to wrestle next season's Premiership title away from Celtic. (Various)external-link

Leigh Griffiths has hit back at accusations the Celtic players have contributed to the downfall of Ronny Deila by failing to fully embrace his strict fitness regime. (Various) external-link

Stefan Johansen in action for Celtic against Rangers in their Scottish Cup semi-final
Stefan Johansen has 12 months left on his Celtic contract, but has yet to sign a new deal

Alan Stubbs believes the introduction of specially made energy drinks at Easter Road can help Hibs stay the pace in their marathon season. (Various)

John Hughes admits Inverness may have to sacrifice club stalwart David Raven to fund a move for the next Billy Mckay. (Daily Record, print edition)

Leigh Griffiths says the Celtic players want to win the title for Ronny Deila (Various)external-link

Ross County keeper Scott Fox has warned guilt over Ronny Deila's departure will galvanise Celtic's players on Sunday. (Various)

Faissal El Bakhtaoui, the in-demand Dunfermline striker, feels he can make an impact at one of the Premiership's biggest clubs, with Aberdeen and Motherwell among the clubs linked with the player. (The Herald)external-link

Dunfermline striker Faissal El Bakhtaoui pictured after winning the Player of the month award for March
El Bakhtaoui is eyeing a move to a bigger club after scoring 30 goals for Dunfermline this season

Alloa will form a guard of honour at Ibrox after rolling out the red carpet to reward Jack Ross with a new deal. (Daily Record, print edition)

Callum Paterson reckons no-one should be surprised Hearts have been able to soar so high on their return to the Premiership. (Various)external-link

Hamilton may not have the biggest budget in the Premiership or the division's best players, but defender Michael Devlin says they certainly have the hardest-working team in the league. (The Herald)external-link

Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald insists Premiership survival is his side's immediate aim, despite them just missing out on the top six. (The National)

Richard Brittan has quit as Brora's boss - but he is ready to keep playing under a new regime. (Daily Record)


Glasgow will learn today whether it has won the right to host the 2019 European Indoor Athletics Championships. (The Herald, print edition)

Callum Hawkins plans to leave nothing to chance in Sunday's 's London Marathon by targeting the top-two finish among the domestic contingent he needs to book a place at Rio 2016. (The National)

Heriot's travel to face Ayr in the BT Premiership final today hoping to become the fifth club to complete a league and cup double. (The Scotsman)

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